I'm running Postgres 6.3 with PHP 2 as a web based db application. The
web server is Apache, and the browser is Netscape 4.5
I have a problem with 'update'. A user updated a field (description) for
a single record, but instead of only the specified record being updated,
all the records had the same field updated.
the code used to update the field(s) for a record is:
$result=pg_Exec($conn,"update $spr set $set where sprid='$sprid'");
It appears that in this case the condition (i.e. where sprid='$sprid')
has been ignored, although previously and subsequently no multiple
updates have been obtained.
Has anyone any ideas?
Also, is it possible to return the number of rows that have been
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